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TitleCulture & Tradition, vol. 19 (1997)
Alternative TitleCulture and Tradition; Culture et tradition
EditorMason, Bruce Lionel, 1965-
PublisherFolklore Students Association, Memorial University of Newfoundland; Association des étudiants en arts et traditions populaires, Université Laval
Place of PublicationSt. John's, N.L.; Québec, Qué.
Date1997
ContentsIntroduction: Mary A. Griffith's award for folklore fieldwork / Julia Kelso and Diane MacDonald -- The shack as a reflector of the social development of children and adolescents in Newfoundland / Lara Maynard -- The 'passing' of the Newfoundland wake: a case study of the funeral home industry and its influence on traditional death customs / Contessa Small -- "Don't talk to strangers": structurally reinforced warnings for women in three traditional British ballads / Holly Everett -- Accidental narratives: towards a consideration of the scar as cultural artifact / John M. Bodner -- On the classification of material objects: uses, dangers, and other things / Niko Silvester -- Pouring Out Their hearts: a study of how women use coffee / Wendy Welch -- Surfing for the fey: a guide to faery web pages / Niko Silvester -- Gracias, Matiox, thanks Hermano Pedro. (Eds. Maria Christina Canales and Jane Frances Morrissey) / John M. Bodner / Gastonia 1929: the story of the Loray Mill strike. (John A. Salmond) / Michael A. Robidoux -- Ghost dancing on the cracker circuit: the culture of festivals in the American south. (Rodger Lyle Brown) / Mikel J. Koven -- The lost world of the craft printer. (Maggie Holtzberg-Call) / Niko Silvester -- Woman healers and physicians, climbing a long hill. (Ed. Lilian R. Furst) / John M. Bodner -- Folk and fairy tales. 2nd edition. (Eds. Martin Hallett and Barbara Karasek) / Wendy Welch -- Choosing unsafe sex: AIDS-risk denial among disadvantaged women. (Elisa J. Sobo) / Holly Everett -- Crosshanded. (Anita Best) / Deva McNeill -- World's greatest classic books CD•ROM / Jane Gadsby.
Journal DetailsCulture & Tradition is published by graduate students in the Department of Folklore, Memorial University of Newfoundland. It is Canada's longest running, bilingual folklore journal. The journal was founded in 1976 by graduate students in the Department of Folklore, Memorial University of Newfoundland and in Arts et Traditions Populaires at Université Laval, Québec, with the aim of increasing communication among students of folklore in Canada. The journal is published annually. -- Frequency: annual, 1976-present.
SubjectFolklore--Canada--Periodicals
Folklore--Newfoundland and Labrador--Periodicals
ContributorsKelso, Julia, 1968-
MacDonald, Diane
Maynard, Lara
Small, Contessa, 1974-
Everett, Holly J., 1968-
Bodner, John M., 1969-
Silvester, Niko, 1972-
Welch, Wendy, 1967-
Robidoux, Michael A.
Koven, Mikel J.
McNeill, Deva
Gadsby, Jane
Physical Description106 p.
NoteIndexed in: Newfoundland Periodical Article Bibliography.
LocationCanada
Canada--Newfoundland and Labrador
SourcePrint text held in the Centre for Newfoundland Studies.
Local Call NumberGR 113 C88 1997
TypeText
Resource TypePeriodical
FormatImage/jpeg; Application/pdf
IdentifierCT-0019
LanguageEng; Fre
CollectionCulture & Tradition
RepositoryMemorial University of Newfoundland. Libraries. Centre for Newfoundland Studies
PDF File(18.69 MB) -- http://collections.mun.ca/PDFs/cult_trad/Volume19_1997.pdf